Recycle Cooking Oils

How To : Make a lamp with recycled cooking oil

This video tutorial demonstrates how to make a magnificent lamp with used cooking oil, a glass, cotton, rock salt, and a stick. Save money and energy by recycling household supplies to make a nifty lamp that will prove your resourcefulness.

How To : Use a coffee filter for more than making coffee

Learn how to use a coffee filter for more than making coffee. Discover the versatility of coffee filters by learning all the things they can do besides straining your java. You Will Need * Coffee filters * Window cleaner * String or rubber bands * A little imagination * Tra ...more

How To : Assemble a Survival Kit

I am writing this quick post in response to the recent earthquakes and tsunamis that are affecting Japan. As soon as the news broke, and we began to hear of tsunami warning for our area, I immediately realized how under prepared I was for a natural disaster. The thing that dro ...more

News : Paleolithic Nutrition

Kurt Harris, MD, writes about paleolithic nutrition at his highly recommended blog, www.paleonu.com. "Eating like a caveman" has become a bit of a fad, with all the down sides that comes with fads. But behind the fad lies a large amount of research that can be and is used as ...more

How To : Make a tangerine candle

Scented candles don't have anything on this Moujan creation. The best part is that it's "Hella simple." Materials: * Orange, tangerine or another favorite citrus fruit * Cutting knife * Olive oil (other cooking oils work too) * Match/lighter Directions: 1. Pour 3/4th of an ...more

How To : Make ceramic bottles with spouts

Ceramic bottles with spouts can hold cooking liquids such as oils and sauces. Learn how to create handmade spouted bottles with this free instructional ceramics video series. Part 1 of 24 - How to Make ceramic bottles with spouts. Make ceramic bottles with spouts - Part 2 of 2 ...more

How To : 5 Must-Know Kitchen Hacks for Cooking Spray

Cooking spray is something of a gross necessity. The slimy, oddly-scented grease is perfect for keeping casserole dishes crust-free, but the oil splatter does a number on clean kitchen counters, and the lecithin ingredient can ruin nonstick cookware if not careful. Despite th ...more

How To : Our 5 Favorite Olive Oil Food Hacks

Other than salt, there's no ingredient that's as big a kitchen staple as olive oil. And just like salt, there are a million little known uses for it. Don't Miss: 20 Non-Cooking Uses for Olive Oil None of these uses will quite compare with searing a delicious ribeye or constr ...more

How To : The Absolute Best Way to Clarify Butter... Period

Ah, butter—the (literally) heart-stopping star of the dairy world. Everything tastes better with it, from pie crusts and cookies to veggies and steaks. Hell, you can even fry things in butter if you want the best-tasting fried foods of your (short) life. Don't Miss: Compound ...more

How To : 7 Things Bakers Know That You Don't

There's a common saying that separates cooks from bakers: baking is a science, while cooking is an art. When baking, one little misstep can alter the texture, taste, and consistency of any recipe. Yet it doesn't have to be a scary science—forget your not-so-happy high school ...more

Trash Talk : 5 Food Scraps You Should Not Be Throwing Away

A few years ago I went hog-wild trying to achieve a zero-waste lifestyle. I didn't succeed, but the experiment taught me that we throw away things we could—and should—be using more. In ye olde days of our forefathers, people generally used every part of the animal in cooking. ...more

How To : 5 Amazing Ways to Bake with Coconut Oil

I remember the first time I used coconut oil; the whole kitchen was filled with a fragrant aroma that reminded me of the tropics. After learning it was a healthier alternative to traditional cooking oil—not to mention a great source of the good-for-you saturated fat—I was hook ...more

Weird Ingredient Wednesday : 5 Kinds of Flower Waters

You might be familiar with the use of zucchini blossoms in cooking and maybe even know how to make herbal simple syrups. But if you really want to show off as someone who knows how to use flowering plants in food, try adding some flower water to your cooking/baking repertoire. ...more

How To : Prepare used cooking oil for biodiesel fuel

Follow these simple steps and learn how you can save yourself some money, yard work and the environment. An educational video that explains how to prepare used cooking oil for biodiesel. Prepare used cooking oil for biodiesel fuel. Click through to watch this video on videojug ...more

How To : Remove cooking oil stains from clothes

A friendly woman guides us through ways to remove cooking oil stains from clothes. Equipment needed includes washing liquid, a bowl, a toothbrush and laundry detergent. Quick and easy video will help to get rid of those annoying cooking stains. Remove cooking oil stains from c ...more

How To : Cook an omelet oil-free in a Ziploc bag

Do you want to learn how to make omelet without using cooking oil? Watch this three-part video which demonstrates how to cook an omeletin a Ziploc bag. Part 1 of 4 - How to Cook an omelet oil-free in a Ziploc bag. Part 2 of 4 - How to Cook an omelet oil-free in a Ziploc bag. ...more

How To : 20 Non-Cooking Uses for Olive Oil

If you ever run out of shaving cream in the morning, just step over from your bathroom to the kitchen and use olive oil as a substitute. Not only does it save you a future trip to the drug store, it also helps moisturize your skin. Commonly used in the kitchen for cooking or ...more

How To : Use Olive Oil for Things Other Than Cooking

Everyone knows how fantastic olive oil is as a salad dressing. But did you know that this healthy and superbly tasting oil pressed from full-grown olives can be used in so many other ways than flavouring those greens? I will tell you 20 other uses and benefits that can be done ...more

How To : Cook Tuna with Toilet Paper

Toilet paper isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you want a hot meal, but when you're camping or out in the field (i.e. military training), a little TP is the difference between cold tuna and luxury. As redditor drdesparche points out, Israeli military forces are fe ...more

How To : Valuable Kitchen Trash You Should Always Keep

If there's one thing that gets used far too frequently in the modern kitchen, it's the trash can. Home cooks everywhere waste enormous amounts of food by throwing it away before it's actually ready to be tossed. So much waste... so depressing.. One way to lessen the amount of ...more

How To : Coffee Beans Still Fresh? Here’s How to Check

Everyone starts their mornings differently, but one common thread amongst the masses tends to be the consumption of coffee, albeit in many different forms—instant, pre-ground, K-Cups, Nespresso, and so on. And I'm sure that we all have our own preferred methods, as well. Don' ...more

How To : Make Glowing Green Candy

If there ever was a day to eat green candy, St. Patrick's Day would be it. But is there something better than the banality of green candy swarming the streets on St. Patty's Day? Yes—glowing green candy, and Instructables user BrittLiv wants us to show you how it's done. She ...more

How To : Make hamburg steak

Cooking With Dog shows you how to make hamburg steak that's delicious. - Finely dice an onion - Cut off the broccoli stalk and cut the florets in one inch pieces - Peel and chop the broccoli stalk into small cubes - Cut a steamed potato into quarters - Cut a tomato in half an ...more

How To : Cook Indian sooji dhokla appetizers

Dhokla is a gujarati snack item traditionally made from rice and daal. Try this super simple, super quick recipe using sooji (suji, semolina or cream of wheat). Watch this how to video and learn to make Instant sooji dhokla, serve with tea and impress your guests with your Ind ...more

How To : Cook a Korean Seaweed Omelet

This omelet is thanks to SIB, a friend who gave me a pack of Korean dried seaweed, which I had never seen or tasted before. Since no one at my home dare try and eat it raw, in my experience, almost anything tastes good with eggs, so I experimented with the seaweed and tried mi ...more

How To : Cook with cannabis

This video is about cooking with cannabis. Look through the marijuana and pick out any parts that you would not want to eat. Add your choice of cooking oil to the marijuana. If you want to use butter, melt the butter at a low temperature, then add the herb. Any kind of oil wil ...more

How To : Cook 10-minute noodles

This video teaches the viewer how to cook 10-minute noodles. First, we are shown to slice an onion. Second, roughly chop some garlic. Heat up some oil in your skillet. While you're waiting, you can slice a pepper. Toss all the ingredients in and be sure to keep them moving in ...more

How To : Make roasted Brussels sprouts with truffle oil

Learn how to make roasted Brussels sprouts with this cooking video. This easy and delicious roasted Brussels sprouts recipe is brought to you by Tess Gittleman on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos. This bitter baby cabbage seemingly has only ...more

How To : Make Japanese Yaki Gyoza (Fried Dumplings)

Ingredients for Yaki Gyoza (25 pieces) 120g Ground Pork (4.23 oz) 100g Cabbage (3.53 oz) 50g Onion (1.76 oz) 50g Nira - Garlic Chives (1.76 oz) - Condiments - 1/2 tbsp Soy Sauce 1/2 tsp Sugar A pinch of Pepper 1 tbsp Sake 1/2 tbsp Sesame Oil 1 tbsp Potato Starch 1 tsp Grated ...more

How To : Make low calorie fried chicken with Cooking Light

This pan-fried recipe cuts calories in half and reduced saturated fat by a whopping 92 percent. Trust us?you won't miss any of it. The key to success with this recipe is even heat. If the oil gets too hot, the chicken may brown too quickly before fully cooking. You can lower ...more

How To : Make Indian missi roti with left over daal

Have you ever had just a little bit of daal leftover and you didn’t know what to do with it? Maybe it wasn’t even enough for one person, let alone your whole family. If this is you, then try this delicious recipe for missi roti (also known as daal roti) which is Indian unleave ...more

How To : Prepare Thai beef broccoli

Beef broccoli is a very popular dish. To prepare this dish you will need flank steak, soy sauce, ground black pepper, fish sauce, oyster sauce, cornstarch, sesame oil, cooking wine (optional) cooking oil, garlic cloves, water and broccoli.

How To : Spruce up frozen store-bought bread with Betty

We all love homemade bread but sometimes there just is not enough time to start one from scratch. In this clip, Betty will show you how to turn that frozen store bought dough into something just as yummy as home baked with a few simple steps. Follow along and serve delicious b ...more

How To : Make Betty's boneless pork chops on the grill

Looking for a super quick meal that you can make in the summertime? In this tutorial, Betty will show you how to grill up some yummy boneless pork chops that go perfectly with some of Betty's delicious side dishes. Enjoy! You Will Need: *4 boneless pork chops, about ½-inch thi ...more

How To : Make Mujadarah

Mujadarah Mujadarah is a Middle Eastern dish that's healthy, filling, cheap, and most of all, delicious. It requires only rice, lentils, some onions, and a few spices. We like to cook it for cold winter nights. Ingredients Extra virgin olive oil 2 small onions, thinly slice ...more

How To : Pan fry sirloin steak with the BBC

In this video, from BBCFood, Chef Barney Desmazery shows us how to pan fry a sirloin steak to medium-rare perfection. First, of course, you need some sirloin steak, about 150 grams per portion. Look for a piece of steak that has some nice marbling of fat and nice color. The pa ...more

How To : Make Singapore noodles with chicken and shrimp

Lila from Asian Cooking Made Easy shares her recipe for Singapore Noodles, which she makes with shrimp, chicken, rice noodles and a semi-sweet curry sauce. The rice stick noodles must be soaked in warm water for about 15 minutes, and the pre-cooked frozen shrimp goes into coo ...more

How To : Make Thai drunken noodles with Kai

In this Cooking With Kai video, we learn how to make Thai Drunken Noodles. Add 2 TBSP. of cooking oil to coat the bottom of a fry pan. When oil is hot, add 1 clove of garlic and shallot and stir for about 10 seconds. Add 1/4 lb. ground port, beef, chicken or shrimp and stir t ...more

How To : Make beef phat (or pad) thai

Today Itkman is going to demonstrate how to make Beef Pad Thai. Begin by chopping garlic and bean sprout into small chunks (not minced). Next chop young green onion into one inch sections. Next chop the chili into small chunks roughly equal to that of the garlic. When ready pl ...more

How to Make Indian food : Shrimp biryani

Learn to make delicious shrimp biryani by watching this video. For getting started, the chef uses the following ingredients: * 1/2 pound of clean, de-veined shrimps * 1 tsp salt * 1/4 tsp turmeric powder * 1/2 tsp of ginger garlic paste * 1 tsp of coriander powder * 1/2 tsp of ...more

How To : Make cinnamon oatmeal raisin pancakes

Learn how to make Cinnamon Oatmeal Raisin Pancakes with this delicious recipe. Enjoy these pancakes with a twist of oatmeal, cinnamon and raisins. These are fantastic! Active Time: 10 min Total Time: 30 min Serves: 4 Step 1: Making the Batter * 2 whole eggs * 2 tbsp. brown ...more

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